The 2015 ImpACT Awards winners: Lindiwe Maxolo, Jessica Denyschen, POPArt, Laurie van Heerden, Letlhogonolo Nche and Benon Lutaaya at the Maslow Hotel, Sandton. Photograph: John Hogg.
THE Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is inviting nominations for the eagerly awaited 2016 ImpACT Awards, which are held annually in recognition and celebration of excellence within the arts, culture and creative sectors in South Africa.
Nominations for the 2016 ImpACT Awards for Young Professionals, sponsored by The National Lotteries Commission (NLC) and the Distell Foundation in partnership with Sun International, are now open. This year there will be a total of five ImpACT Awards to honour young professional artists. Continue reading
TQ Zondi and Mpilo Nzimande star in Woza Albert.
Two award-winning productions will be performed at the Hexagon Theatre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Pietermaritzburg campus this week, with some shows especially for schools. Continue reading
Do you have a fabulous stage production but no venue to present it in? re you looking for a potential partner to assist with the financial costs of staging a drama, musical or dance production? Then this is the opportunity you have been waiting for! Continue reading
The Voice’s Blaze Johnson at The International Arts Talent Showcase 2015
TALENT competitions are nothing new – Idols, The Voice, South Africa’s Got Talent are just a few local ones to name a few. But Elsubie Verlinden, founder of Just You Model and Artist Management, believes the competition she promotes, The International ARTS Talent Showcase (IATS), is something more. Continue reading
Sibo Masondo engages with an audience member in Sunshine Babies – the runner up in the Audience Favourite (professional theatre)
PANSA KZN had another fabulous Musho! International Theatre Festival, their eleventh festival of one and two person productions, which took place from 13 to 18 January at the Catalina Theatre in Durban’s Wilson’s Wharf. Continue reading
PANSA KwaZulu-Natal presents the 11th Musho! International Theatre Festival from January 13 to 18 at the Catalina Theatre in Durban’s Wilson’s Wharf. The festival is dedicated to small works and the celebration of the skill of the solo or duo performer. If you have been to this festival then get down to the harbour. You won’t regret it!
PANSA KwaZulu-Natal presents the 11th Musho! International Theatre Festival from January 13 to 18 at the Catalina Theatre in Durban’s Wilson’s Wharf. The festival is dedicated to small works and the celebration of the skill of the solo or duo performer. Continue reading
Shona Johnson is nominated for her performance in B!#ch Stole My Doek
The 13th annualThe Mercury Durban Theatre Awards will take place on November 23, at 7.30 pm at The Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Howard College campus. Continue reading
What Goes Up….
WITH a bold and sassy programme of more than 70 productions, this year’s Cape Town Fringe – which runs until October 4 – promises to be a showcase of the best of South African theatre. Continue reading